Sunday, October 25, 2015

Tinkerbell Look (Makeup, Hair and Outfit) x

To continue with the tutorial series I thought I'd change it up a bit and show you how I achieved my Tinkerbell Look. This could be used for halloween if scary isn't your style or just if you have a fancy dress night to go to. 

So first things first lets start with the base.

I used the l'oreal infallible primer and matte foundation to create the ultimate matte base. I then went in with the L'oreal lumi maqique (which is an amazing dupe for the touche ├ęclat) and I put this under my eyes and on any areas I wanted to brighten. I then set this all with my Mac mineralise skin finish powder. 

Next step I took the topshop cream contour and applied it to the cheek bones and temples to add extra definition. I then added to this with the nars laguna bronzer adding yet more definition to give me a more defined face. For blush I used a mixture of the orgasm blush from nars and the soap and glory love at first blush to create a really pretty pink blush with lots of highlight. To add even more highlight I then went in with the MUA undress your skin highlight and a fan brush applying it to any areas that would catch the light. Lets be honest for a fairy look the more highlight the better. 

Next up was the eyes. I started by applying the Urban Decay Primer all over the lids just to give any shadow something to stick to. I also did my brows with the MUA eyebrow pencil and Model Co brow gel. For eyeshadow I started by placing the Urban decay Smokey palette shade High in the inner corners, then I used the rimmel quad (green shade) and rimmel traffic stopping trio to create a great smokey eye. I ran some of the dark green under the lower lash line and then added some of the shades  armor, slanted and black market (from the naked smokey palette) into the crease to darken the look slightly. To finish the main eyes I curled my lashes applied pencil eyeliner to my water line and tight line and MUA liquid liner to the top lash line making sure to create quite a dramatic flick. To finish I added the new fleur loves lashes from fleur de force's new line with eyelure. If you haven't tried these lashes go out and buy them I am obsessed they are great if you have smaller eyes because the band is shorter than most brands meaning no trimming needed and they blend really nicely with your natural lashes to give you more volume but still aren't too in your face.


Finally for the makeup look I added glitter to the outer corners of my eyes and applied green gems using eyelash glue. I then added a green glitter eyeliner flick underneath the MUA eyeliner flick to add extra glitter. For my lips I used a rimmel colour rush in the shade viva violet. And finally I dusted the iridescent glitter all over my skin so that it'd catch the light. 

Now onto hair. This hair look was really really simple. All I did was tie my hair into a super high pony tail and then add a hair donut. I then pulled out some small bits at the front of the hair to frame the face, tied a green ribbon around the bun and then sprayed my hair with glitter hairspray. 

For the outfit I bought some green wings from eBay as well as a wand and a lacey leotard. I wore the leotard over a green vest top so that the sleeves were pure lace but the body was not too revealing. I then paired this with a green skirt which used to be my year 11 prom dress but I adapted it to turn it into a skirt and then finally wore it with my silver converse for my complete tinker bell look. 

Below are a few pictures of my outfit, makeup and hair. 


I hope you enjoyed this slightly different tutorial. Keep a look out for next months series which will be my updated makeup collection and storage. 

Until next time

Meg x